As you might imagine, liposuction costs vary depending on body part, individual person, and clinic. Every person is different, and there's no such thing as "one-size-fits-all" liposuction. In addition, the prices clinics charge are usually based on factors such as the specific procedures they offer, the equipment they use, the clinic's accreditation, the skill of the surgical staff, and the surgeon's level of experience.
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I would recommend an in-person consultation with a plastic surgeon where a thorough physical examination and measurements will be made to determine the best treatment plan for you. At the consultation, you should view before-and-after photos of various breast lift techniques in patients with breasts similar to yours to see if you like the results before undergoing surgery. Best of luck!
Hi. It would be impossible to give you an estimate without an evaluation, plus, every surgeon has his or her fee. Liposuction fees will depend on several things. For example, where it is being perfoemed, say a clinic, office or a hospital. The amount of lipo and the areas of lipo are also a determining factors. The technique used can also bump up the price. Some techniques require special devises that are expensive.
Choosing a liposuction surgeon based on the lowest price might ultimately be the most expensive choice, If the initial cosmetic results are so bad that another surgeon must be paid to repair the work of the first liposuction surgeon. Among the most common undesirable outcomes of liposuction are 1) incomplete liposuction with very little evidence that liposuction was actually done, 2) excessive liposuction producing an unnatural or disfigured appearance, 3) irregular and uneven results with unsightly depressions in the skin, and 4) large scars that reveal that the patient has had liposuction. Caveat emptor (Buyer beware).
Thankfully, there’s a slew of solutions that have been proven to help with scarring, even completely removing the visual effect. One of the first solutions that may be offered is a steroid injection into the area, which helps with the discomfort and redness of scarring. Cortisone creams are another option that may help to reduce the size of the blemish. Targeted cryotherapy, similar to the type of therapy used to remove warts, may also reduce scarring by freezing the tissue away.